By Judith A. Stone (Author) Robert J. Stone (Author)
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83. 84. 85. 86. 88. 89. 90. 90a. 90b. 90c. 90d. 90e. 91a. 91b. 91c. Flexor retinaculum Plantar aponeurosis Plantar metatarsophalangeal ligaments Transverse metatarsal ligaments Talus Calcaneus Navicular Medial cuneiform Lateral cuneiform Cuboid Metatarsal bones First metatarsal Second metatarsal Third metatarsal Fourth metatarsal Fifth metatarsal Proximal phalanges Middle phalanges Distal phalanges 91c S K E L E T O N 27 25 28 Stone−Stone: Atlas of Skeletal Muscles, Sixth Edition 1. The Skeleton Text © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2009 Stone−Stone: Atlas of Skeletal Muscles, Sixth Edition 2.
The scapula slides around the ribs toward the median plane, so it becomes adduction. 12 Rotation—For abduction of the arm to continue above the height of the shoulder, the scapula must rotate on its axis so that the glenoid fossa turns upward. Stone−Stone: Atlas of Skeletal Muscles, Sixth Edition 2. 14 Abduction—The fingers are moved away from the midline of the hand. 13 Pronation—The forearm is rotated away from the anatomical position so that the palm turns medially, then posteriorly. If the forearm is flexed at the elbow, then the palm turns inferiorly.
Lateral rotation—The anterior of the arm (or thigh) is moved away from the median plane. 32 Stone−Stone: Atlas of Skeletal Muscles, Sixth Edition 30 C H A P T E R 2. 8 Elevation—The right scapula of this figure is drawn superiorly against the resistance of the rock. 10 Protraction—The scapula pushes the arm forward in a sagittal plane. 9 Depression—The right scapula of this figure is pushing the arm inferiorly. 11 Retraction—The scapula is pulled back from protraction in a sagittal plane. The scapula slides around the ribs toward the median plane, so it becomes adduction.